From the very beginning, a place where friends gather to enjoy the finer things!

The Salem Golf Club was established in 1921 when several Salem community leaders banned together to purchase the Timothy Gee Farm just south of Salem along State Route 45. The farm’s gently rolling hills, steep cliffs and meandering stream was deemed the ideal spot upon which to establish a 9-hole golf course.

By 1967, a second 9 holes would be added. The original Gee barn, once a mere “caddy shack” with a hay-loft dance hall above, has been transformed into a stately colonial clubhouse with all of the modern amenities you could want. In addition to golf, there is an Olympic sized swimming pool and two clay tennis courts.